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Owls complete double loan capture

It's been a busy day of dealings at Hillsborough with two new loan recruits arriving at Wednesday until the end of the season.

Newcastle United striker Nile Ranger and Burnley midfielder Keith Treacy have both penned emergency loan deals to remain in S6 for the rest of the campaign.

The duo arrive with new boss Dave Jones looking to secure an automatic promotion spot in npower League One.

Both players are eligible to play for Wednesday this Saturday when they visit Leyton Orient in the league and Jones is expected to name both in the squad.




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Writer: Nick Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday March 22 2012

Time: 6:58PM

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Not a great deal of recent match time between the pair of them but the incentive is there to do well: Treacy to get back into the Irish squad ahead of this Summer's Euros and if Ranger can play a part in getting us promoted then just think of the p*** up afterwards!
OurMaurice
I heard of both these players but for thr wrong reasons. Treacy as an ex blunt and Ranger as a troublesome young lad. Saying that, I have never really seen either of them play football and therefore will reserve judgement. Ranger is described as talented and pacey and Treacy as an exciting winger..... Let's see what happens then! UTO WTID.
Owlsmad
E I E I E I O , up the football league we go, when we win promotion, this is what we'll sing, we are Wednesday, we are Wednesday, Dave Jones is our king!
Owlsmad
Not crazy about Ranger, but not worried about it as our strikers have been delivering recently. Treacy will prove to be a great capture I hope. UTO!!!
RatherRandomOwl
good look to Keith and Nile, and all the best to Clinton at Brentford.
ecco owl
I think this means COG will be lucky to make the bench now with Rangers arrival also think that JJ/MJ will be impact subs which is a shame as MJ was just starting to show what he can do.
SWFC Tubes 84
I think it is over for JJ. regardless of the goals he scored the results were off when he came back and improved when he got injured. says it all for me, the rest of the players are better off without him. good luck to the new lads hope it gives the firepower to get up!
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